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Safest Hair Relaxers?

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The safest hair relaxers are the ones that do not contain lye because they are less likely to burn your skin. Lye is often used hair relaxers to help the product work. Most hair relaxers are safe if they are used properly. Never leave the mix relaxer on longer than is recommended. It is important that you use a neutralizing shampoo and conditioner after relaxing your hair. You should never use a hair relaxer and a hair dye on your hair at the same time.
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